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Can you retain exif after Photoshop stacking....???
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Re: Loss of Exif

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Can you retain exif after Photoshop stacking....???
Personally I wouldn't know, never having used Photoshop, however I would have thought a possibility would be to use Phil Harvey's EXIFTOOL to cope the exif data from one file in the pre-stack and paste/write it into the final stacked photo.

Off out to prune some bushes now, so don't have time to look up the syntax myself, but it's a very powerful program.

Also look up Exiftool GUI in your favourite search engine, for a more accessible interface.
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Re: Loss of Exif

Tell us more about the prune bushes....

Thanks for info, I will look into it. I am surprised that Photoshop does not pass on the Exif data, despite stacking..., but there you go.....
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Unfortunately, I think you do lose most of it. In fact, in Photoshop if you select File > File Info it will show you what's left.
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Re: Loss of Exif



Agapantha with exif


by Mark Johnson, on Flickr

Now this has retained Exif, by stacking with CombineZ-P......It has stacked pretty well as well...:-)
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Now this has retained Exif, by stacking with CombineZ-P......It has stacked pretty well as well...:-)
Lovely colours and very nice dof. As you say stacked with CombineZP it keeps the Exif info. Will remember that for future use.
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Re: Loss of Exif

The EXIF is retained in Affinity Photo BUT only the EXIF of the 1st photo

A stack of 10 images to produce this "smooth" flow. The EXIF shows /2.8, 1/160s & ISO 200

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